[347a] But as it is, since you lie so grievously about the greatest matters with an air of speaking the truth, on this score I reproach you.”Such is my view, Prodicus and Protagoras, I said, of Simonides' intention in composing this ode.Then Hippias remarked: It certainly seems to me, Socrates, that you have given a good exposition of the poem: but I also have an elegant discourse upon it,
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